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The story of the game BIZARRE.

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What's the story behind the game Charly Men's BIZARRE?

 

The life of Charly Clearwater, a newlywed young and successful business man, has changed dramatically after he had been shot in the head by an unknown.

Happy to have survived the attack, he is henceforth experiencing different real and surreal visions and anxiety attacks that start to ruin his career and life in all respects.

Since recovery, Charly Clearwater gets confronted every day by the bizarre shocking fantasies and dreams of completely unknown people around him. Initially, as he doesn’t know whether these visions are real or just imagination, he’s simply trying to ignore them all, because all he wants is to stay focused on his career that is more than important to him. But when the visions become more realistic and shocking, and therefore Clearwater is afraid to fall to madness, his brother John persuades him not to flee but to make their bizarre dreams come true!

That’s when he starts to fulfill the first one of 13 bizarre wishes of unknown people, a process that is turning him into a henchman without him noticing.

Charly Clearwater feels a temporary relief of his attacks and visions when making the people’s absurd dreams come true, and for that reason, and because he starts sympathizing with the bizarreness on a sexual and emotional way, he doesn’t refuse when his brother John encouraged him to fulfill further 11 dreams.

But shortly before the fulfillment of the 13th dream, he receives the wish of his wife Amanda that puts him on the track of his murder and let him become human again.

In case he’d make her greatest wish come true, he’ll save his marriage and life, but he’ll also free a dark might that is going to lead us to anarchy!

 

 *we are a German gamedev team, so please apologize any English mistake



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